He liked caves, and was tempted to set out for it. But distances here were deceptive, and there might not be time before dark; besides, he did not feel the necessary energy inside him. “Tomorrow I’ll come earlier and go up,” he said to himself. He stood looking up the valley a little wistfully, his tongue seeking the fig seeds between his teeth, with the small tenacious flies forever returning to crawl along his face. And it occurred to him that a walk through the countryside was a sort of epitome of the passage through life itself. One never took the time to savor the details; one said: another day, but always with the hidden knowledge that each day was unique and final, that there never would be a return, another time.
- Paul Bowles, The Sheltering Sky (1949)
|00:00||The Implicit Order||mrs winchester discovers the truth|
|06:42||elizabeth Veldon||kaddish in reverse (for allan ginsberg)|
|12:05||FM3 Buddha Machine||Buddha Machine 02 (1.0)|
|13:42||Ice Guild Kaiser||Rain 2|
|36:51||elizabeth Veldon||an accident while cleaning his gun|
|52:23||Alan Morse Davies & Gillian Stevens||Ddianc / Escape|
|92:57||Jez Riley French||An upstairs landing, England|
|93:03||Radio Cegeste||Attempt at the non-linearity of a nest, 4|
|99:07||elizabeth Veldon||a dedication to besart|
|101:40||Alan Morse Davies & Gillian Stevens||Coedwig - Ogrof / Forest - Cave|
|113:27||elizabeth Veldon||you can kill as many people as you like but as long as one person survives their culture will survive and you will have failed|
|128:59||The Implicit Order||the phantom anaesthetist returns|
|143:20||Human Nihil||Rüttelplatte auf LSD|
|149:35||The Implicit Order||serpent's repent|
|159:57||Død Beverte||Fields Of Hell|
|171:58||elizabeth Veldon and The Implicit Order||the red plan to conquer America!|
|174:18||elizabeth Veldon||christianity is a religion of hate and distrust of the flesh|
|176:49||Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys||Whose Heart Are You Breaking Now|
|179:21||John Tocher||Caterpillar (unreleased)|
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